- May 2012: Please help support this years Sarcoma Awareness Week June 18th-24th - saw2012.org.uk/

Inspiring film about the experiences of people living with a rare form of cancer of soft tissue and bone, as part of Sarcoma Awareness Week (13-19 June 2011). Sarcomas are rare cancers that develop in the supporting or connective tissues of the body such as muscle, bone, nerves, cartilage, blood vessels and fat. Sarcoma affects 3200 people each year including children and teenagers.

Produced by Papercut Pictures on behalf of Sarcoma UK, the film is a poignant reminder of the reality of this devastating form of cancer.

The film features real-life stories about peoples experiences of living with sarcoma. The footage gives great insight into what it is like to live with a rare cancer that no-one understands or knows about, and the steps people take to live positively when faced with an uncertain future.

Thanks go out to the participants:

Katherine
Roger
Mark
Leigh
Pippa
Stacey
Lesley

And also to Sarcoma UK.

To my sister, who always believed...

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